Children with chronic illnesses are known to have increased risks for emotional and behavioral problems. In the present study, children and adolescent suffering from celiac disease (CD) were compared with healthy controls to assess differences in the psychological profile.

Mazzone, L., Reale, L., Spina, M., Guarnera, M., Lionetti, E., Martorana, S., et al. (2011). Compliant gluten-free children with celiac disease: An evaluation of psychological distress. BMC PEDIATRICS, 11(1), 46 [10.1186/1471-2431-11-46].

Compliant gluten-free children with celiac disease: An evaluation of psychological distress

Mazzone L.
;
Spina M.
;
2011

Abstract

Children with chronic illnesses are known to have increased risks for emotional and behavioral problems. In the present study, children and adolescent suffering from celiac disease (CD) were compared with healthy controls to assess differences in the psychological profile.
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Settore MED/39 - Neuropsichiatria Infantile
English
Con Impact Factor ISI
Adolescent; Adolescent Behavior; Anxiety; Attention; Avoidance Learning; Case-Control Studies; Celiac Disease; Child; Child Behavior; Depression; Diet, Gluten-Free; Female; Humans; Male; Patient Compliance; Psychiatric Status Rating Scales; Sex Factors; Somatoform Disorders; Surveys and Questionnaires
Mazzone, L., Reale, L., Spina, M., Guarnera, M., Lionetti, E., Martorana, S., et al. (2011). Compliant gluten-free children with celiac disease: An evaluation of psychological distress. BMC PEDIATRICS, 11(1), 46 [10.1186/1471-2431-11-46].
Mazzone, L; Reale, L; Spina, M; Guarnera, M; Lionetti, E; Martorana, S; Mazzone, D
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